Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Denver news

  • Denver Broncos, San Diego Chargers Appear to be Heading in Different Directions

    They say it's not how you start but how you finish. Most of the time, that's true; for two AFC West teams, how they've finished games has been the driving force in how their season has gone and where they currently stand.

  • Photos: Denver Broncos practice on Wednesday

    Denver Broncos head coach John Fox laughs while talking with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) during practice Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at Dove Valley.

  • 20-year-old Colorado man wanted to shoot up children's Halloween party ...

    A Denver man accused of plotting to slaughter children during a Halloween trick-or-treat event and then assassinate President Obama days later made his first appearance in federal court Tuesday.

  • Denver, Colorado College, teams at top of WCHA, meet next

    And this weekend, those two arch-rivals play a home-and-home series. Friday's game is in Colorado Springs, Saturday's in Denver. They have another series like that on Feb. 8-9. Whichever teams has the best record after those four games gets the Gold ...

  • Do the Nuggets have the yips? Denver's shooting a concern, Karl says

    The clanking of stray shots isn't quite at freak-out level for coach George Karl and his misfiring Nuggets, but it's creeping toward the red.

  • Michael Hancock announces stock show will stay here in Denver -- but which ...

    Mayor-elect Michael Hancock hadn't even moved into his office in City Hall when he learned that claim jumpers were trying to woo one of Denver's longtime institutions: the National Western Stock Show. That discovery quickly followed the revelation that ...

  • Denver Rescue Mission has only 385 turkeys of the 18000 it needs

    As Thanksgiving approaches, the Denver Rescue Mission is nowhere close to the number of turkeys it needs to feed the homeless.

  • Denver health workers go house to house to fight Latino obesity

    Ana Muñoz, left, a "promotora" from Padres y Jovenes Unidos, talks with Myrna Morales about improving her and her family's lifestyle and diet habits.

  • AT&T officially launches 4G LTE in Denver

    at&t 4g lte. AT&T said Wednesday that it has turned on its 4G LTE network in Denver - a few days after subscribers reported having access to the high-speed service in the metro area.

  • Buggin Out! Strange objects darting over Denver skies has residents and ...

    Strange objects shooting across the Denver sky have left a local television station and an aviation expert mystified. KDVR-TV first caught wind of the mystery when a man brought the station a video clip of the bizarre, flying objects soaring above the ...

  • TBD Colorado recommendations mull more revenue, constitutional changes

    Leaders of a large-scale effort to ask Coloradans how to address the state's long-term problems on Wednesday released a set of recommendations that calls for constitutional reforms and hints at tax increases but is mostly light on specifics.

  • Denver Expert Weighs In On How Petraeus Affair Impacts National Security

    DENVER (CBS4)- There is a question about why Resigned CIA Director David Petraeus' affair is such a concern to the government.

  • Denver Broncos LB Elvis Dumervil's Injury Not as Serious as Originally Thought

    Denver Broncos LB Elvis Dumervil's Injury Not as Serious as Originally Thought. Denver Broncos LB Elvis Dumervil was injured during a game last Sunday against the Carolina Panthers and he left the field for the rest of the game.

  • Oskar Blues celebrates ten years of canning; Denver Bicycle Cafe turns one

    Oskar Blues and Ska Brewing finally released some details about the collaboration beer they made to celebrate the Longmont brewery's tenth canning anniversary.

  • Denver Post's decision to sell stake in Colorado Rockies not sign of financial ...

    Last week, the Denver Post announced a desire to sell its 7.3 percent stake in the Colorado Rockies -- an asset acquired due to the Rocky Mountain News's 2009 closure.

  • Denver's Channel 7 "mortified" over Petraeus story goof

    Monday during the 5 p.m. newscast, Denver ABC affiliate KMGH-Channel 7 committed what news director Jeff Harris called "an embarrassing mistake" and one that's too risque to repeat in a family newspaper.

  • Where there's a Williams . . .

    Associated Press |. ENGLEWOOD - Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams, who was reinstated Monday after sitting out the first nine games of the season while serving two separate NFL suspensions, will practice today for the first time since training camp.

  • Denver Woman Sentenced for Faking PTSD to Dodge Jury Duty

    Hemera/Thinkstock(DENVER) -- A Denver woman has pleaded guilty to second-degree perjury and attempting to influence a public servant for faking post-traumatic stress disorder to dodge jury duty, according to a statement from the Denver District Attorney.

  • Denver Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil has strained shoulder, but no tear

    Denver Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil has strained shoulder, but no tear. By Mike Klis The Denver Posted: 11/13/2012 12:01:00 AM MST.

  • Denver 19th for private-sector job growth rate; Colorado Springs last

    Denver ranks 19th among 102 metro areas for the greatest rate of growth of private-sector employment over the year ending in September, and Colorado Springs ranks last, according to an analysis of U.S.

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